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Serena Williams prevails against Victoria Azarenka to win U.S. Open title

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Serena Williams celebrates after winning her fifth U.S. Open title. (Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

Serena Williams nailed 36 winners to Victoria Azarenka’s 17 in their three-set championship match. (Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

In a tense and unpredictable match, Serena Williams steeled her nerves to defeat Victoria Azarenka 7-5, 6-7 (6), 6-1 on Sunday to win her fifth U.S. Open title and 17th Grand Slam title overall.

In a match marred by swirling winds in New York, Williams looked on her way to a competitive but straightforward victory after winning the first set and building a two-break lead at 4-1 in the second set. Williams served for the match at 5-4 and 6-5, but Azarenka broke her both times. Azarenka won the tiebreaker to force a decisive third set.

From there, though, Williams controlled her emotions and her game to roll through the third set. She finished the match with 36 winners to 35 unforced errors, while Azarenka hit 17 winners to 27 unforced errors.

In successfully defending her U.S. Open crown, the 31-year-old Williams won her career-best ninth title of the year. By winning the U.S. Open Series this summer and the U.S. Open, Williams earned $3.6 million. That makes her the first woman and only the fourth player to surpass $9 million in single-season earnings, joining Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.

Game-by-game analsysis of Williams’ tough title test after the jump.


Third set

7:41 p.m. ET | Serena Williams defeats Victoria Azarenka 7-5, 6-7 (6), 6-1 to win the 2013 U.S. Open title.

Serena Williams rebounds from a nervy and anxious end to the second set to run away with the third. She celebrates by jumping up and down and seemingly stomping out any demons she might have had coming into this tournament.

Serena Williams leaps for joy on match point. (Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

Serena Williams leaps for joy on match point. (Joe Scarnici/Getty Images)

Final stats don’t tell the whole story on this one, but Serena’s aggression was once again the story, and in the the third set in particular, Azarenka’s double faults and unforced errors spelled the end to her comeback.

Serena: 9 aces, 5 double faults, 36 winners, 35 unforced.

Azarenka: 2 aces, 7 double faults, 17 winners, 27 unforced.

That was a great final — a match the women’s tournament desperately needed after two weeks of fairly straightforward results. It was great to see Azarenka once against step up to the challenge of taking on Williams and Serena responding with some grit of her own.

7:32 p.m. ET | Serena breaks, leads *5-1.

Another flat game from Azarenka, answered with nothing but measured, solid hitting from Serena. She breaks and will serve (again) for the title.

7:26 p.m. ET | Serena breaks and holds, leads 4-1*.

Serving woes continue to catch up with Azarenka. She double-faults on break point to give Serena the lead, but the real story of that game was the fact that her forehand is beginning to break down. Three bad forehand unforced errors in that game gave Serena the chance to break.

Serena is eerily calm this set, which is precisely what she needs to be after finishing the last set in a jumble of angst. She holds with back-to-back aces, one that clocked in at 126 mph. She walks to her chair slowly and calmly, though I’m not entirely convinced she’s breathing.

7:14 p.m. ET | Serena holds, leads 2-1*.

Stats won’t tell the story of that second set. Serena was dominant on every metric, hitting 15 winners (five aces) to 12 unforced errors. The issue was all mental. Azarenka was able to recover from her mental lapse when she hit those three double faults to fall behind two breaks at 1-4, while Serena couldn’t get over her frustration with the wind. Yes, the wind isn’t fun to negotiate, but two hours in, it’s a waste of energy to complain about it.

Good holds from both women to start the third set.

Yeah, those sweat patterns are not getting any better as we round into the third hour.

From the WTA’s Kevin Fisher: Serena is 44-17 in the majors in three-setters, and Azarenka is 17-7.

The world No. 3 is taking a break from her busy New York Fashion Week schedule to tune into the action:


Second set

7:01 p.m. ET | Victoria Azarenka wins the tiebreak 8-6 and forces a third set, 7-5, 6-7 (6).

1-0, Azarenka. Serena misses a backhand unforced into the net.

1-1, tied. Big body serve from Serena, and Azarenka sends the return long.

2-1, Serena. Azarenka backhand unforced.

3-1. Serena. Great backhand winner from Serena.

3-2, Serena. Azarenka swinging forehand volley with the wind playing tricks on that ball. It barely landed in. Heck of a swing from Vika on a knuckleball.

3-3, tied. Serena misses a forehand volley into the net. Had the whole court but didn’t get low enough to it to clear the net.

4-3, Serena. Azarenka snatches at a forehand and sends it wide.

4-4, tied. Wind, wind wind, continuing to play with Serena’s shots and her mind. She sails a forehand well long.

5-4, Azarenka. Azarenka sneaks into the net, catching Serena off guard. She did the same thing in Cincinnati, and it won her the match. Just two points from forcing a third set.

6-4, Azarenka. Another wind-strewn point and Serena snatches at a backhand, sending it into the bottom of the net. She smashes her racket in frustration. That’s been a long time coming.

6-5, Azarenka. Serena saves one set point, hits a service winner.

6-6, tied. A Long, patient rally. Serena gets the better of Azarenka, and the No. 2 sends a forehand into the net. Serena screams in exultation. This is tense and awesome.

7-6, Azarenka. Serena takes her time getting to the line to return, possibly trying to ice Azarenka. But she sends in a good second serve and Serena strikes the return wide. Another set point.

8-6, Azarenka wins the set. Serena sends a backhand long, and Azarenka has fought back from two breaks down to force a third set.

Azarenka fistpumps to her box after taking the second set. (Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)

Azarenka fist-pumps to her box after taking the second set. (Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)

One-set shootout. What a dramatic final. Great stuff.

And everyone’s watching:

6:49 p.m. ET | Azarenka breaks, tied 6-6.

Azarenka breaks again! Tension-filled game from Serena, who snatches at a backhand at 30-all to give Azarenka a break point and then double-faults. Wow.

Tiebreak. Here we go.

6:43 p.m. ET | Serena breaks, leads *6-5.

Azarenka can’t consolidate the break. Serena matches her and plays an even better return game. She gets to triple break point with two backhand winners and an Azarenka double fault. She thinks she’s won the game when an Azarenka groundstroke looks to land long, but Hawk-Eye shows it’s in by a millimeter.

She eventually breaks when Azarenka sends her 11th unforced error of the set into the net. Once again, a shocking unforced error on a crucial point for Vika.

Serena will, once again, serve for the championship.

6:38 p.m. ET | Azarenka breaks, tied 5-5*.

A nervy double fault and some great returning from Azarenka, and she breaks Serena at 30. Last year, Azarenka got nervous serving out the match at 5-4 in the third set. This time it’s Serena, who ends the game with a backhand error. But credit to Azarenka, who played a flawless return game there.

Buckle up.

6:30 p.m. ET | Serena holds, leads *5-4.

Serena snuffs out any momentum Azarenka may have pulled back with a clean and decisive love hold. One game away from her fifth U.S. Open title and 17th major overall.

Party Rock is not in the house tonight. He’s in Australia.

Azarenka holds with the help of a beautiful forehand winner down the line. Once again, she’s acquitted herself well here. Serena is just … Serena.

6:24 p.m. ET | Azarenka breaks and holds, trails *3-4.

“I tell ya, 4-2 is a lot better than 5-1,” says Johnny Mac. Can’t really argue with that.

Azarenka recovers from her double fault-fest and gets one break back with some strong and steady hitting, then overcomes yet another ill-timed double to hold. That’s a great recovery by Vika.

6:16 p.m. ET | Serena breaks, leads *4-1.

Azarenka has struggled with her serve for months now (she was averaging six double faults per match this tournament), but she didn’t double-fault once in the first set. After squandering a chance to break Serena in the previous game, Azarenka throws in three double faults, including back-to-back doubles to hand over the break. That, folks, is what we call a mental collapse.

6:12 p.m. ET | Serena holds, leads 3-1*.

An hour into the match, the wind is still an issue, though both players have done well to adjust to it. It’s much more difficult to hold serve from the far side and, sure enough, Azarenka earns two break points to get this match level. Serena saves one with an ace and then Azarenka hits a bad backhand error to get to deuce. Serena holds.

As Mary Carillo points out, Azarenka was two points from winning that first set and once again she’s two points from getting a crucial break back but can’t convert. All the big points are going to Serena today.

Amanda Seyfried and Jesse Metcalfe are into it. (Brad Barket/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon)

Amanda Seyfried and Jesse Metcalfe are into it. (Brad Barket/Getty Images for Moet & Chandon)

Side note: Does Nike not do a sweat test on its fabrics? Azarenka is developing some unfortunate sweat patterns, while Serena’s skirt is flying all over the place. Neither is a flattering look. Do better, Swoosh.

6:03 p.m. ET | Serena breaks, leads *2-1.

Azarenka snaps a streak of 10 points lost by getting on the board at 15-30. The No. 2 is screaming to get herself going, but a backhand error gives Serena the break. Now that she has a set in hand, Serena is looking much more relaxed. 

It should be noted that Azarenka came back from a set down to beat Serena just a few weeks ago in the Cincinnati final. She’s not one to go away or get intimidated by Serena’s rise in form over the last 15 minutes.


First set

5:49 p.m. ET | Serena wins the first set 7-5.

Serena wins the last eight points of the set to take it 7-5. No doubt Azarenka had multiple opportunities to take that first set. But, as I said before the match, if Serena plays her best, there’s nothing Azarenka can do about it. Serena was far from her best for 90 percent of that set, but Azarenka couldn’t capitalize and Serena picked it up and found her level just in time to break and hold to steal the set.

Here’s are the first-set stats:

Serena: 2 aces, 2 double faults, 53 percent first serves in, won 85 percent on first serve, 44 percent on second serve, 15 winners, 15 unforced errors, 2-for-3 on break points and 2-for-5 at the net.

Azarenka: 2 aces, 0 double faults, 59 percent first serves in, won 71 percent on second serve, 9 winners, 7 unforced errors, 1-for-1 on break points, 2-for-2 at the net.

5:46 p.m. ET | Serena breaks, leads *6-5.

Azarenka is 78-5 when winning the first set. (Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Azarenka is 78-5 when winning the first set. (Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

A huge hold and then a break. Momentum can switch just like that.

Sticky service game for Serena. She gets game point at 40-30 and hits a let second serve. Azarenka challenges the call and it’s in, but the delay to wait out the Hawk-Eye challenge leads her to step to the line and completely mishit the second serve into the net to double-fault.

She hits a fantastic backhand winner to get to game point, and Azarenka responds with a wicked drop shot that Serena can’t track down. Another big backhand winner from Serena to get to game point, and Azarenka gets her right back with a winner that clips the line. This is fantastic stuff.

Serena gets back to game point with her best point of the match, smothering the ball until she gets a backhand swing volley to put away. She seals the game with an ace down the tee. Huge for her to win that game the way she did. Azarenka gave her nothing.

Azarenka looks well on her way to hold at 40-15 and then Serena kicks it up a level. Two perfectly measured forehand winners and some big returning off Azarenka’s second serve and, just like that, Serena’s broken. She’ll serve for the set.

5:28 p.m. ET | Azarenka holds, leads 5-4*. 

Serena holds at 15 and she’s slowly tightening up her game. The errors are slowing down and the winners are starting to creep up. She’s at 7 winners to 10 unforced now.

While the wind is driving Serena crazy, it’s actually helping Azarenka. She plays her best game of the match so far to hold with authority. She’s hitting clean off the ground, and the wind helps her out with a few lucky lobs.

Can Vika break for the set?

5:20 p.m. ET | Azarenka holds, leads 4-3*. 

As Serena serves at 3-2, here are the stats so far, courtesy of the IBM Slamtracker. Serena is the blue, Azarenka is the yellow. Blue is having a very rough start.

(Screenshot from IBM Slamtracker)

(Screenshot from IBM Slamtracker)

The most glaring stats are the serving numbers. Serena is serving at less than 50 percent, and Azarenka is winning more than 70 percent of her second-serve points. The latter is the most telling. Serena should be dominating Azarenka’s second serve.

5:11 p.m. ET | Azarenka holds, leads 3-2*. 

“I can’t play in this wind,” Serena mutters to herself on the way to her chair. This is a huge opportunity for Azarenka to take this set. As for Serena, she just needs to accept these conditions and adjust.

Wertheim and I are obviously referring to 15-year-old American junior Tornado Alicia Black, who lost the girls’ final today to Croatia’s Ana Konjuh, in a match on Court 11. Tornado has a younger sister named Hurricane. No joke.

Serena gestures to her box about the wind. (Al Bello/Getty Images)

Serena gestures to her box about the wind. (Al Bello/Getty Images)

The errors keep coming for Serena. Azarenka gets to 30-all on her serve, but two bad backhand errors give Serena the game. That was a big opportunity lost for Azarenka. She had a real chance to keep the scoreboard pressure on Serena and get another break, but that hold might settle the American down.

Fairly easy hold for Azarenka. She hits a nice backhand down-the-line winner at 15-all and cruises from there.

5:04 p.m. ET | Azarenka holds, leads 2-1*. 

As Azarenka went up for her first serve of the match, a fan screams and interrupts her motion. Never change, New York.

Azarenka makes every single first serve and still falls behind 0-40. Serena has no problem with the pace on that ball in the slightest. She breaks easily with a crushing backhand winner.

The wind is swirling as the match begins, making it tough for both servers. Azarenka gets a break point at 30-40 on Serena’s serve thanks to three straight unforced errors. Another backhand error from Serena and Azarenka gets the break back.

Serena is already complaining to her box about the wind. She’s planting way too early on her shots to load and can’t adjust to the ball when the wind catches it. Serena has the power to hit through the wind if she gets her footwork right, but right now she’s pulling up on everything. Azarenka, being the more steady player off the baseline, has to like what she sees so far.

Azarenka holds as Serena is already up to six unforced errors through three games, all of which came in the last two games.

4:44 p.m. ET | Warm up

Serena appears surprisingly relaxed in her pre-match talk with Mary Joe Fernandez. She actually burst out laughing a few times, which is rare for these interviews. Azarenka has her game face on and earbuds in. John McEnroe is already saying it’s amazing that Azarenka believes she can win this match. That’s a little unfair. I mean, she’s beaten her twice this year on this surface and served for the match in last year’s final. There’s no reason she shouldn’t believe she can win this match.

That said, the big caveat is that Serena’s best is better than Azarenka’s best. If Serena plays as well as she has throughout this tournament, she’ll win this in straight sets. I think her match against Sloane Stephens really locked Serena into this tournament and she’s been on a completely different level in terms of intensity ever since. After beating Stephens in the fourth round, she threw down three straight bagel sets. Scary stuff.

Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams pose with Monica Seles before the women's final. (Al Bello/Getty Images)

Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams pose with Monica Seles before the women’s final. (Al Bello/Getty Images)

Huge ovation for both women as they take to Arthur Ashe Stadium, though the cheers are louder for the American No. 1. Gotta love home-court advantage.

I’ve picked Serena to win this one in straights. You can read my full preview here.

Azarenka will serve first. Ready? Play.

Pre-match

Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka

Serena Williams (left) and Victoria Azarenka are meeting in the U.S. Open final for the second year in a row. (Clive Brunskill/Getty Images; Stan Honda/AFP/Getty Images)

No. 1 Serena Williams and No. 2 Victoria Azarenka will meet in the final of the U.S. Open on Sunday. CBS will televise the match, which is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. on Arthur Ashe Stadium.

This is a rematch of last year’s final, which Williams won 6-2, 2-6, 7-5. Williams, 31, has been dominant in defense of her title, losing only 16 games and no sets in her first six matches. The 16-time Grand Slam champion beat Sloane Stephens 6-4, 6-1 in the fourth round, she double-bageled Carla Suarez Navarro in the quarterfinals and she dismissed fifth-seeded Li Na 6-0, 6-3 in the semifinals.

“She’s obviously an amazing player,” Azarenka said. “She’s the greatest of all time.”

Azarenka, 24, hasn’t been quite as sharp as Williams, but she’s still managed to reach her fourth consecutive hard-court Slam final. The two-time defending Australian Open champion needed three sets to defeat No. 26 Alize Cornet in the third round and No. 13 Ana Ivanovic in the fourth round. Since then, though, Azarenka has had no problem against two unseeded veterans, Daniela Hantuchova and Flavia Pennetta.

Williams has won 12 of 15 matches against Azarenka. However, Azarenka has won both of their meetings on hard courts this year, three-set victories in the Doha final in February and the Cincinnati final last month. Azarenka served for the match against Williams in last year’s U.S. Open final, too.

“I definitely feel like when she plays me she plays her best, by far,” Williams said of Azarenka. “I have seen her play other players, and when I play her I’m playing a totally different player. Obviously, she brings her best game.”

  • Published On Sep 08, 2013
  • 67 comments
    keique3
    keique3

    You people are the worst rather than give a person of color any credit you have to find a reason to put her down. She just won the U.S. OPEN and you guys would rather have anybody no matter where they are from win.Everybody you have pumped up to beat her she has made look silly.  She is just a tremendously talented athlete. Not saying blacks have never taken steroids but it is mostly others you can't compete with our God given talent.

    Richard--Ramirez
    Richard--Ramirez

    Steroids for breakfast, steroids for dinner. Double bacon cheeseburgers for lunch.

    x72
    x72

    Serenads just looks like a complete abomination. The roid freak is beyond disgusting.

    Vinny Cordoba
    Vinny Cordoba

    All you haters are just jealous because my man Serena keeps on winning. He's one of the best tennis players of all time so deal with it haters!

    TW1
    TW1

    “She’s obviously an amazing player,” Azarenka said. “She’s the greatest of all time.”

     Bawhahahahahahaha @ the racist, ignorant KKK haters....Vika knows what she's talking about. lol...

    tfaw
    tfaw

    beauty versus the beast.  beast wins but the transformation will only happen after the insiders write their tell-all books.

    pvraymo
    pvraymo

    Could care less about all the old, boring roids comments.  At least get up to date and focus on Britney Griner, now THAT's a man's MAN.   I don't like the Williams' because they are the biggest whiners in the sport, even when they are winning.   Will always root for anyone else.

    SukeMadiq
    SukeMadiq

    Serena celebrated by climbing a tall building and swatting at airplanes.

    CarlosDanger1
    CarlosDanger1

    Who is more repulsive looking between Trayvon Martin's "girlfriend," Rachel Jeantel or the hideous Serena Williams?

    TW1
    TW1

    CONGRATS QUEEN SERENA. MAKING idiots, racists, haters and all-around ingrates like some of those posting below look even more like complete LOSERS with your 17th Grand slam singles win!!!!


    #17 you big, fat LOSERS. Oh, and plus a nice check of $3.6 MILLION DOLLARS too...Bawhahahahahaha :)

    CyranodeTylerac
    CyranodeTylerac

    You look at those veins sticking out of her arms and then tell me she's not juicing.

    RedJackson
    RedJackson

    Serena "SuperGirl" Williams.  Still the best.  Seventeen and counting!!!

    djibi75
    djibi75

    I am so happy for Serena. In December 2000 I flew abroad and bought a Serena Williams doll to my 5-year old niece at FAO Schwarz in NYC. She wasn't exactly thrilled about the gift (how could I have not known that every girl her age, even bi-racial girls like her, wanted a Barbie and only a Barbie).  It is now 2013, my niece just got her level-A, but guess what? Serena is still the number one in the world. Money well invested I guess... Oh and what is with the people obsessed by her so-called "steroid use"? Who do you think they are kidding?

    Tom14
    Tom14

    Since this is not the 1930 s how about when the wind is blowing as its apt to due in Flushing Meadow in September, how about one of the players "team" suggest that said player where shorts. Might be one less thing to worry about.

    CarlosDanger1
    CarlosDanger1

    All steroid users should be proud of Serena Williams. Azarenka took a set from a juicer who will pay eventually. All steroid users lose in the end. Marion Jones, Lance Armstrong, Alex Rodriguez, etc. 

    TW1
    TW1

    @keique3 Hey, you know how racist, in bread, hating ignorant haters ARE..lol..

    TW1
    TW1

    @Richard--Ramirez NO, make that money for breakfast, money for  lunch, money for dinner and money, money you'll never have...LOL...

    TW1
    TW1

    @x72 Your momma is an abomination for having YOU...lol...

    TW1
    TW1

    @Vinny Cordoba Say, would you like to work for Serena? I hear she needs a nice bi-lingual Gardner to care for the lawn of the mansion she owns with her sister in Miami...lol..

    nygiants56
    nygiants56

    @TW1  Not always do people dislike Serena Williams because she is black.  People dislike her mostly because she is very unlikeable.  Top 2-3 woman's player of all time - sure.  And this is not a personality contest - she plays tennis.  But it looks pretty obvious that she doesn't care if anyone likes her and it shows in how she acts.  Her choice.

    TW1
    TW1

    @tfaw And the beast is yo momma who doesn't have $3.6 million dollars like Serena has? By the way, Serena has won $9 million in one year. She could buy you and your family if you play your cards right...Serena always needs a maid, cook, lawn man for that mansion in Miami...lol..

    TW1
    TW1

    @pvraymo LIke Serena cares who you root for. #17 baby!!! DEAL with it!!!!!

    Bad1v
    Bad1v

    @CyranodeTylerac You prove that she is.  Since we both know you can't you should start the rest of your comments with "Once upon a time."

    RedJackson
    RedJackson

    @CarlosDanger1 Don't get mad when somebody call you names.  After all, you are calling Serena names, are you not?  Don't be stupid.  What's good for one will be good for the other.

    Vinny Cordoba
    Vinny Cordoba

    @TW1  , why are you ragging on me? I was defending that Serena dude. He's an awesome tennis player.

    Also, what is a "Gardner?" Is that the same thing as a "gardener," only for people who don't know how to spell?

    TW1
    TW1

    SO I guess the ones calling her a gorilla aren't racist huh? PLEASE..go somewhere and lie down dummy. Michael Jordan was unlikeable and Serena's a winner like HIM. Not a loser like YOU!!!

    tfaw
    tfaw

    @TW1 @tfaw why the focus on money.  when we are dead it don't matter.  legacy and integrity matters.  seriods williams aint got either, but she does have a ton of dough.  bfd...

    mamiejane
    mamiejane

    @TW1 @tfaw Of course, Lance Armstrong has more money than Serena. Look where it got him.

    pvraymo
    pvraymo

    @TW1 @pvraymo And like I care what you think.   Go back to your scrapbook collage or better yet, get a life

    TW1
    TW1

    Bawhahahahahahahaha..That's if that thang has a momma. Probably a flat butt, saggy breasted, old momma whose axx is broke and old. He's just butt-hurt because he ain't got the CA$H Serena has. I told him maybe he could clean up his police record and maybe work for her as a handyman @ her mansion. Well, check that. Don't think she'd even hire him. Too far down in the sewer of life like the rest of the rats that call him daddy..lol..

    TW1
    TW1

    @Bad1v...SO true. "Once upon a time there was a jealous idiot named @CyranodeTylerac

     LOL...

    Serena wins #17...Deal with that numbskull with no evidence...lol..

    Vinny Cordoba
    Vinny Cordoba

    @TW1    , now, tell us again how you spell "inbred." And no, it's not "in bread," like you spelled it above.

    You see, TW1, "inbred" is what you are. "In bread" is where the sandwich meat goes. Ahhhh.....HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

    TW1
    TW1

    @mamiejane Money talks and BS like yours walks..lol..# 17 and $3.6 million earned...and over 100,000 million plus BANKED..scoreboard!!!!

    CarlosDanger1
    CarlosDanger1

    @TW1 All the money in the world can't change how nauseating Serena is to the male population. Who is more repulsive looking between Trayvon Martin's "girlfriend," Rachel Jeantel or the hideous Serena Williams? They both belong in a cage at the local zoo. LOL

    TW1
    TW1

    @CarlosDanger1 Uh no, SHE'S the one with the money not you. She's got Patrick and doesn't need a broke, dumb axx, non-man around her like you who hands around on a tennis message board. She and Patrick are too busy flying in jets, spending money and being rich and laughing at the likes of people like you who laugh at Serena, and meanwhile her bank account is...well why bother explaining to you. Point is, you couldn't shine Serena's shoes or her...lol..

    CarlosDanger1
    CarlosDanger1

    @TW1 Who is more repulsive looking between Trayvon Martin's "girlfriend," Rachel Jeantel or the hideous Serena Williams?

    TW1
    TW1

    @CarlosDanger1 You stated the fact that your momma's a broke ape on roids? Why you talking about your momma like that? I guess she's a loser like you are...lol..

    TW1
    TW1

    @CarlosDanger1 And you need to be put in a psycho ward you hater. Guess what? 

     SERENA WON...SUCKS to be you huh loser? lol..